Chelsea are 10 points clear at the top of the table
Chelsea are 10 points clear of the chasing pack in the title race, although Manchester City can cut that gap to eight with a win over Bournemouth tonight.
Blues manager Antonio Conte has overseen a huge upturn in fortunes at Stamford Bridge following on from last season's 10th-place finish.
Chelsea have not played European football this season, while title rivals Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United and City have.
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Star men Diego Costa and Eden Hazard have hit top form and avoided any serious injuries, as have key men in the spine of the team N'Golo Kante, Gary Cahill and Thiabut Courtois.
And Neville cannot see how any of Chelsea's title rivals can get close to Conte's men.
"I don't think it's about whether or not Chelsea will drop points," Neville told Sky Sports.
"They will. But it's whether the others are capable of putting together potentially the greatest run in Premier League history.
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Gary Neville says only injuries can stop Antonio Conte's side winning the league
"To win 14 or 13 games on the bounce on the way in, you're still relying upon Chelsea losing three or four matches and winning 13 and 14 games.
"I don't think we've got the trust in the other teams to do that.
"The fact that Europe is starting again for many other teams as well makes it more difficult.
"Chelsea are strong favourites, it could happen, but Chelsea would have to have injuries to key players.
"That is the one thing that could be a problem to Chelsea."